Amor - Todesspiel aus Liebe
Prosecutor Mauriac (Katja Weitzenböck) is assigned a special murder case by senior prosecutor Stern (Dietrich Hollinderbäumer): "Amor" is the name of the criminal who kills women with bows and arrows and leaves religious messages at the crime scene in addition to roses. He contacts the prosecutor online and forces her to "confess" intimate details of her life. He seems to know her perfectly, because any dishonesty is mercilessly punished with the murder of bystanders. Who is it that sets himself up as the judge of life? One trail of all things leads to Mauriac's husband (Gerald A. Held). But when he, too, becomes a victim of "Amor", everyone in her immediate environment seems suspicious to the prosecutor. Finally, even Mauriac herself comes under suspicion of having killed her husband in the shadow of Amor. Mauriac is mentally at the end and Amor at the goal of his deadly game. Only senior prosecutor Stern still stands by her, and Inspector Beck (August Schmölzer). He finally adds the decisive detail to the picture that exposes Amor. But by then the murderer already has the prosecutor in his power.
A tingly mix of suspense and intelligent story, bleakly oppressive pictures and a wonderfully yawing Katja Weitzenböck.